by BOLADALE BAMIGBOLA
In a statement issued yesterday by Charles Adeyemi, the state coordinator of the group in Osogbo, PM said so much have been reported in the media, concerning the stance of the President elect, on what Nigerians are to expect and what not to.
The group wondered why Gen. Buhari asked Nigerians to look at him a magician adding that Nigerians may not be able to endure the present harsh economic condition for long and would expect him to, as quickly, as possible, turnaround the fortunes of the country.
The statement reads: “Nigerians didn’t vote just to be told stories of what has happened in the past or presently happening, we voted for the word “CHANGE” so if General Buhari is now telling us not to expect miracle, what should we now expect? Same old drama?
“The constitution of the country as at today empowers the President of the federal republic to deliver on “any” of his promises made to the electorates, especially such promises that General Buhari made during electioneering campaigns.
“Few among which are checking of free fall of naira value, permanent solution to the insecurity, changing the lots of education and state of unemployment of the teeming population of the Nigerian youths, feeding of our school pupils. Poor state of health sector is something that is calling for urgent attention all over the country.
“In lieu of this, the youths of this country reject claims of the President- elect that he is not a magician and re-affirm that what we expect from him is a big miracle, even as we pray for him to have sound health to fulfill his promises.”
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